Three yellow butterflies fluttered before me, playfully twisting in the warm morning gust accentuating this morning's walk. Sweat curtained my face way before hitting the mile marker; what is this?? This time last year, a decent chill to temper the swamp, but in 2015, I still have boob sweat! Walk is over and it's time … Continue reading Operation: Falcon Crest
The distinct smell of National Novel Writing Month is in the air, wafting curls of pumpkin spice-flavored coffee, donuts, and fear dancing in the four winds. All of November, local coffee shops morph into coliseums, where literary warriors compete against the clock and indirectly with each other. It is a feat of near mythical challenge: … Continue reading FOMO on NaNo
Two years blogging on whatever I feel like! Thanks to my fellow bloggers and e-buddies for keeping the circuit of discourse open. Onward!
Inside this anthology you'll find yours truly in both prose and poem form! The story I submitted is from the perspective of a social predator locked in a holding facility, terrifying residents and staff alike. Oh and the evil person happens to be female 😉 There's three poems dedicated to women in the throes of … Continue reading Just In Time For Halloween
Days before the cut off, I finally get around to salvaging vonsimeon.com! I tell ya, September was way too distracting to pay attention to WordPress's many reminder emails. I blame the onslaught of pumpkin spice everything. Still technologically determined, as repairs to my truck superceded buying a new notebook. I checked out a place in … Continue reading Renewed! After Much Procrastination…
I did tell a long distance friend once that if my blog goes more than 3 weeks without a post, it's a sure sign I'm dead. 😀 Haven't been able to keep my regular writing schedule due to my laptop failing. I have enough motherboard life to collect my master files. Pics I don't worry … Continue reading Von And The Fixer-Uppers
I will worship Grace Jones if she is proved a demigod. Her autobiography will be out at the end of the month. Looking forward to learning from the original "Mad Woman" of my generation: http://www.timeout.com/london/music/grace-jones-slays-rihanna-miley-and-gaga-in-her-autobiography
Seeing how August turned out, it's no surprise I went a tad overboard celebrating life via libations. After all, wasn't it Benny Franks from Philly who said, “Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy”? Welp, I was happy to get out of the hospital, and BF was more than … Continue reading All Beered Out